In the latest update to the internet password security system, Google has released a tool called “Proquest”, which lets anyone create a database of the online passwords of all the people who have ever used a Google account.
The password manager will then store it for you and let you see the names of all of the people you’ve used the password to.
Users can search the database by typing in a word or phrase, or simply by going to the site’s “Search” tab and searching for the word or string in question.
Google’s password manager has a lot of features, including the ability to save the database, add your own personalisation and even give users access to their own data.
The company says it has worked on the database since 2014, when it began working on a password manager to be able to store all the passwords on a website, but only in one place.
“We have always been interested in making password management tools available to the general public, but have been working on this one for a long time,” said Google’s head of product security, Andrew Karpinski.
“It’s a very important part of our mission to keep our users safe, and we are excited to share our progress with the community.”
“Google Proquest is a powerful tool for storing password security data and will make it easier for users to secure their online accounts.
We have worked on this since 2014 and it has been incredibly difficult to get the best results, but we are delighted to be sharing the results with our community,” he added.
The software will be available on Google’s servers starting today.
Google says Proquest will be used by a “small number” of people to store their passwords.
But it also says it plans to eventually offer an API for developers to use to store passwords and other sensitive data on Google servers.
“ProQuest is a password storage system that uses the Google ProQuest API to store your password data and to keep it secure, accessible, and available to others,” the company said.
“This includes, but is not limited to, storing passwords, PIN numbers, and other unique identifiers.”
Google Proquest works by taking a random string and randomly guessing its combination.
When the database is full, it stores the information in a format that will be stored in the database.
If you don’t know the string you’re looking for, Proquest gives you a suggestion to go to the search page, type in a phrase, then hit “Enter”.
The database is then uploaded to the server and users can access it with their browser.
It’s important to note that Google says this password storage is only useful to the very limited subset of people who actually use the account to access Google services, such as the search engine and Gmail.
But Google’s own online security guide recommends that users change passwords for any accounts they use to Google or any other site that is not Google, or to the password manager, and to delete them when they’re done.
“Password storage is the default security option for Google accounts, but it is important to keep your password secure,” the guide reads.
“In addition, it is also possible to store password data on other web services, including Gmail and Google+.
If you use these services for other purposes, make sure you change your password on those sites and the Google password manager.”
If you are worried about having your password compromised, ProQuest says it will also be used for other sites and services, so that the database isn’t compromised.
But if you’re worried about getting hacked and want to make sure that password data isn’t used to access sensitive sites, ProQUEST is free for the first six months.
Google will charge $10 for Proquest, with a later monthly charge of $10.
Google also says ProQuest can also be purchased with “Google Card,” an optional feature that lets users store a free credit card number on Google accounts.